Now, for whatever reason, some people don't seem to be too fond of costume redesigns in comic books. They see it as okay for films because to them, what works in a comic might not actually work in a movie. But I have a problem with that statement, to me, they DON'T work in comics anymore. I find Captain America's outfit to be extremely outlandish (and I'm not talking about colors). I mean, come on, he still has feathers all over his suit. It's just that I feel that movie-esque designs can really work in comics. I would really like to see Captain America's costume from The Avengers in the comics rather than something that was made cheaply. It's not like they're redesigning Batman to have a long black duster coat and wear a mask instead of a helmet: (cough, cough) It's just hard for me to read comic books today without laughing at how outdated the designs feel. I don't see how hard it would be to do such a thing.